Save time in the kitchen with Vidalia Chop Wizard

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Disclosure: This Vidalia Chop Wizard was sent to me for review. Opinions shared are mine. I used my Amazon affiliate link in this post – if you make a purchase through this link, I may earn a small commission (used for giveaway prizes).

This week, it was my turn to take a meal to our small group Bible study. My daughter begged me to take meatloaf, which is one of her favorites. It’s a great comfort food! I was given the chance to try the quick-cutting Vidalia Chop Wizard, and it saved me several minutes on this entree.  I was able to prep the entire dish before leaving for Sunday School!

My chop wizard came with two blade sizes.  I used the dicing blade so that the onion pieces would be very small.  I’m not coordinated enough to take the “during” pictures, so you’ll have to settle for before (above!)and after.  Here’s what happened to that onion half!

The Vidalia Chop Wizard took only one hard push to press right through the onion, though the tough outer layers of the onion did not slice at all.  They sat right on top of the blade, so I scooped them off and chopped them separately. An interesting note that I didn’t realize until I started hand-chopping the extra slices — there were no onion tears while I used the chop wizard. When I got out the knife, though, it was waterworks city!

This handy tool worked well to clear out the onion pieces from the dicing blade.  I loved that all the pieces were uniform. It really makes the dish look nice.  I can see how it would help with cooking time and texture as well.

One feature I really liked about the Vidalia Chop Wizard was the measuring tool.  It was so simple to just hold it up and see if I had enough chopped onions.

This is one kitchen tool that I’ll be using quite often!  It will be useful when I make garden-fresh salsa, omelets, and even soup.    How would you use the Vidalia Chop Wizard?   You can purchase it at Bed Bath and Beyond or Amazon.

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  1. Krystal Dunlap says:

    This would save me a lot of prep time during meals. Then I would have more time to enter giveaways! If I win I am for sure making salsa first!! Yummy!!

  2. It would save me lots of time when using it for onions because it would save me crying & wiping my eyes time. Also great for apples once you have cored them.

  3. It would save me from crying over chopping onions.
    Thanks for the contest.

  4. This would save me time on prep work.

  5. Ashley R says:

    I hate, hate, hate cutting onions, so this would help so much, especially since I use onions in just about everything i cool!

  6. It would save me time by how fast it takes to chop up food!

  7. melina r says:

    I would save time by not having to cut by hand vegetables needed for my lunches and dinners.

  8. Darlene Carbajal says:

    It will help so much with chopping onions and tomatoes.

  9. Christine Labelle says:

    I hate the prep work when it comes to cooking. This would save me time and let me spend more time with the kids.

  10. Julie Waldron says:

    It would save time chopping potatoes into cubes when I want to make potato soup.

  11. Kelly Nicholson says:

    How would the Vidalia Chop Wizard save you time in the kitchen?

    pizza making will be a whole lot easier thanks

  12. Judy Cox says:

    I hate cutting up onions, so my husband said something like this would help and he would do it for me!!!!!

  13. I wont have to find a space to use the giant cutting board

  14. Joanne Gregory says:

    At several minutes per onion, and we eat onions just about each day of the year, that is a LOT of minutes saved each year!

  15. It would save time when I’m making a salad!

  16. Vicki Wurgler says:

    I spend alot of time chopping onions-this would sped that up and I like the no onion tears

  17. I use onions a lot in my meals and normally chop them with a knife before caramelizing them. I like them on sandwiches, on pizza and in pasta dishes. The Vidalia Chop Wizard would same me a lot of time!

  18. Kayla Klontz says:

    It would save me TONS of prep time, doing it by hand takes forever.

  19. I’d use it to chop whole bags of onions at a time and then freeze them. That would save so much time.

  20. Elizabeth Brooks says:

    It would save me time to cook more meals and spend with kids

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